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06/24/2022

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Eric

You could just briefly explain any ambiguities in your cover letter. Or you could ask someone from that institution to explain it in their letter of recommendation.

Juan S Pineros Glasscock

I'm sure I've seen on many websites of well respected académica (as well as official job ads) something like "lecturer at University of X [equivalent to assistant professor]." I think that's completely fine to have on your website. Not sure I'd put it in a CV, but I wouldn't fault someone for so doing. If you're applying for a job, as Marcus took it, the place I would put it is in the app letter.

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